Gorilla Facts for Kids – New – Animated Tutorial on the Silly School Education Youtube Channel!


Gorilla Facts for Kids | Kindergarten, Grades 1 – 5, EYFS, KS1 & KS2 This animated tutorial tells you everything you need to know about gorillas if you are in primary or elementary education.

“Gorilla Facts for Kids”

Gorilla Facts for Kids

Gorilla Facts for Kids

Animated tutorials are a great way of teaching children new concepts. This tutorial will teach you:

Where gorillas live.

The habitats gorillas live in.

What gorillas eat.

What we call a group of gorillas.

Gorillas’ status as an endangered species.

Fun facts about Gorillas.



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Gorilla Facts for Kids

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Some useful links to help you teach about Lions.

World Wildlife Organisation

As the world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in nearly 100 countries to tackle the most pressing issues at the intersection of nature, people, and climate. They collaborate with local communities to conserve the natural resources we all depend on and build a future in which people and nature thrive. Together with partners at all levels, they transform markets and policies toward sustainability, tackle the threats driving the climate crisis, and protect and restore wildlife and their habitats.”

The Gorilla Organisation.

“In insecure areas, charities like The Gorilla Organization end up doing the hard work.” – The Economist

For more than two decades, The Gorilla Organization has worked to save gorillas from extinction.Their projects have carried on through civil war, famine and natural disasters.

A new approach to conservation

The Gorilla Organization was founded in the early 1990s to support the anti-poaching patrols created by the pioneering primatologist Dr. Dian Fossey. Building on Dr. Fossey’s legacy, they looked into the reasons why poaching was so prevalent in Africa’s national parks. The findings of their research came to form the foundations of our innovative community-led approach to conservation.


In 2002, they took on their current name and continued to expand the scope of our field projects, with a fundraising and administration headquarters in London supporting field work in Rwanda, Uganda and DR Congo. As well as supporting ranger patrols, their projects include organic farming, tree planting and gorilla-friendly beekeeping. All of these give impoverished communities the opportunity to earn a sustainable income without having to rely on the natural resources found in the gorillas’ forest home

Saving gorillas and transforming lives

At the same time, conservation education projects such as radio programmes, children’s wildlife clubs and portable pedal-powered cinemas allow them to spread the message of gorilla conservation to communities across Central and East Africa.

Their projects continue to go from strength to strength and have transformed the lives of thousands of people, most of them living in some of Africa’s poorest communities. Our projects have also helped safeguard Africa’s critically-endangered gorillas, though our work is by no means done.

Gorilla Facts for Kids! New on the Silly School Education Youtube Channel